302 Warren Street, Hudson, NY 12534

outdoor dining

The Maker Lounge, housed in a 19th century carriage house in Hudson, NY is a tribute to the history of barrooms as an escape & gathering space. As you walk through the doors of the lounge, you are transported to an environment that indulges all the senses. Take a seat at the bar or cozy up in front of our 18th century carved wood fireplace. You will be met with unparalleled comfort & impeccable hospitality.

Partners Lev Glazman, Damien Janowicz, and Alina Roytberg celebrate the history of hospitality, design, and craftsmanship throughout each corner of the Lounge. By having their hands in every detail of design to sourcing rare furnishings & original art from around the world, our guests are embraced by a space of passionate generosity.

Bar manager and cocktail connoisseur, Michael Kang, has crafted a beverage program that exemplifies all the lounge has to offer. Classic Cocktails in dialogue with the history of their creation give a nod to the drink makers of the past. Sip on an El Diablo inspired by Victor Bergeron’s 1946 Trader Vic’s Book of Food and Drink or have one of our bartenders build you a Bourbon Smash from Harry Johnson’s 1888 New and Improved Bartender’s Manual. The lounge also carries an extensive wine collection with a captivating selection of wines by the glass or bottle. Our beers are carefully chosen to provide a range of flavors to represent the artisinal beers of today. To compliment your exquisite drinks is a food menu comprised of elegant classics. Enjoy dipping hand-cut french fries into a Duck Egg with Ossetra Caviar, taking a bite of our signature Hot Dog with spicy mustard, dill, gruyere on Bartlett House Baguette, or spreading our seasonal hummus over fresh vegetables.

The Maker Lounge is here for you to enjoy alone or with friends. Whether it’s a seat on the terrace surrounded by our beautiful gardens, a velvety sofa next to our resident pianist or that ultimate seat at the bar, we invite you to celebrate the night and catch a glimpse into the future of The Maker Hotel.

 

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